Originally Posted by Cyclone792
I have two hybrids - a 3 and 4 - but I rarely use them. I'll never use them off the tee and prefer to either hit a standard wood or just use a 5-iron.
Really the only time I ever use them is trying to come back from an awful tee shot off a long par 5. At that point, I'm just looking to get some yardage so I can have a reasonable approach on my third shot. If I happen to hit a nice tee shot on a long par 5 I can usually have a nice approach shot at the green with a 5 or 6 iron (note: this doesn't mean I'm usually on the green in two, rather I'm usually way left or right and having to deal with the good ole short game, which is another animal entirely).
I carry 2, a 19 degree hybrid and also a hybrid driving 2 iron. I like both clubs, my driving 2 iron is my go to club off the tee. My 19 degree is one that I use anywhere from around 205+. My only problem with the hybrids is that I hit the ball high and those go higher than your usual iron. So at times my punch shots can be adventurous especially when I use a 4 iron.